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Our new Scallopini Potatoes are made for us by an Italian supplier who slices the potatoes nice and thin and then covers them, layer by layer, in a super-creamy sauce made with a blend of four Italian cheeses, including Provolone, Montasio, Grana Padano and Fontal. The result is everything you could ask for in a side dish: moist, thinly-sliced potatoes; rich, savory cream sauce; and gooey, delicious cheese.<br>
Two olive varieties renowned for their flavor—green Castelvetrano olives from Italy and dark purple Kalamatas from Greece—are both pitted and finely chopped, then mixed and bound together, creating a kind of olive "dough," if you will. Through the miracle of modern machinery, a velvety mixture of mascarpone, Roquefort, and cream cheeses is enveloped by this olive mix. Finally, these 'cheese-stuffed olives' are lightly battered, rolled in panko breadcrumbs, and fried to a crispness that retains its texture when you reheat these Bites for about 10 minutes in your own 400°F oven.<br>
Trader Joe's Creamed Greens are the result of the research and development and tasting and re-tasting (and delight!) that followed our initial thinking. This is a twist on creamed spinach, with Brussels sprouts as the flavor focal point. Inside each tray is a carefully constructed blend of shaved Brussels sprouts and kale; partnered with garlic and onion, to add depth. It's finished with a buttery béchamel that's topped with Parmesan cheese. Rich, creamy, hearty, and delicious.<br>
Skilled artisans in Nepal use a traditional felting process to create these woolen watchdogs of the worktop. 100% New Zealand sheep's wool is wrapped into loose balls, moistened with warm water then hand-rolled before being laid out to dry in the sun.<br>
The beans are from a series of small farms in Western Uganda, located at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains. In true bean-to-bar fashion, the cacao is harvested, dried, and fermented in partnership with a 3rd generation, family-owned Italian chocolatier. But don't assume this partnership is a long-distance relationship. In fact, one of the Italian Executive Directors is based in Uganda where he helps guarantee the origin of the beans from Ugandan farmers who still own the lands on which the cacao is cultivated. It's a symbiotic partnership that yields some stellar chocolate!<br>
This Garden Vegetable Soup truly is a veritable garden, ready to slurp with a spoon. It's filled with hearty chunks of sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, celery, tomatoes, zucchini, red bell peppers, and leeks; it also includes leafy greens: kale, Swiss chard, and spinach. The broth is made with a slow-simmered blend of tomatoes, carrots, celery, and onions, accented with herbs and spices, and finished with olive oil.<br>
Trader Joe's Trail Mix Crackers include a whole bunch of savory, sweet, crunchy goodies you'd normally find in a trail or trek mix. Instead of being loose in the bag, though, those goodies are adroitly adhered to crisp, rectangular crackers.<br>
When Ric Ocasek sang, "Let the good times roll," it's not a huge leap to think he was referring to Trader Joe's Organic French Rolls (sure, it was 1978 and these Rolls hadn't made their debut, but just roll with us here). After all, with their golden glow, crisp crust and soft inner crumb, these artisan-style Rolls are truly ready to get the (dinner) party started.<br>
This beverage maintains the cranberry mystique, but in a perfectly sweet-tart alternative. It begins with sparkling water, just enough to bring to life cranberry juice and white grape concentrates. The addition of cranberry purée ups the cranberry ante, while a little lemon juice rounds out the brightness.<br>
Fresh goat cheese is formed into a log shape, then rolled in a mixture of sweetened, dried cranberries. It's that simple. Don't let the simplicity fool you—the tart tang of the cheese, combined with the sweet tart of the berries, produces a revelation of flavors. Creamy inside and just a bit chewy around the edges, this cheese is ideal on your holiday table.<br>
Pucks. Disks. Flattened orbs. These are words people use to describe what you find inside each bag of Trader Joe's Mashed Sweet Potatoes. No matter what you call them, each frozen piece is made of one, simple, natural ingredient: Sweet Potatoes.<br>
In true fall fashion, our Apple Cranberry Tarts are made with cranberries and crisp Northern Spy apples. Separately, these are two of the most ubiquitous fall fruits, and together they make this delightfully sweet and tantalizingly tart Tart. The filling is finished off with warm spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.<br>
This Cranberry Ginger Beverage is 100% alcohol free. The main ingredients are ginger juice and concentrated cranberry juice, blended with carbonated water and sugar. The resulting refreshment is an ebullient burgundy-red with lots of tiny bubbles. It delivers a refreshing, tangy, cranberry flavor, complemented by plenty of warming ginger spice.<br>
A perfect autumn morning calls for a perfect autumn drink, and for our money, nothing fits that bill quite like our new, delightfully unique Maple Espresso Black Tea. Made with a blend of select black & herbal tea leaves, natural maple flavor, and ground espresso beans, a steaming mug of this Tea is just the thing to help turn a perfect autumn morning into a perfect autumn day.<br>
About Trader Joe's
The first Trader Joe's store was opened in 1967 by founder Joe Coulombe in Pasadena, California. It was owned by German entrepreneur Theo Albrecht from 1979 until his death in 2010, when ownership passed to his heirs. Albrecht's family also owns the German supermarket chain ALDI Nord, to which Trader Joe's belongs. Another Aldi company, Aldi Sï¿½d, also operates in the U.S., but uses the Aldi name and logo. The company has offices in Monrovia, and Boston, Massachusetts.
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